J. Arthur Bloom, AmericanConservative

J. Arthur Bloom


Petersburg, KY, United States

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Recent articles by J.:

The Knoxville Kingpin Who Wasn't

A black NRA member sitting in a prison for terrorists may be the missing link in Fast and Furious → Read More

Podcast: A Good Night for National Populism

On Wednesday afternoon, running on little to no sleep, Ryan and Arthur unpack the results from Election Day, and where things might be heading. Whoever is president in two months, the result shows Trumpism isn’t going away. → Read More

Did Hunter Biden Help Facilitate NBCUniversal's Beijing Theme Park?

An email from Hunter Biden's hard drive indicates Chinese investors wanted an introduction from him → Read More

Exclusive: How the Bidens Made Off With Millions in Chinese Cash

The Senate's report on Hunter Biden's activities released several months ago, which was spun by the New York Times as having shown "no evidence of → Read More

Podcast: What to Watch for on Tuesday, plus the 1619 Project's Most Formidable Foe

In our last episode before Election Day, Arthur and Ryan talk about the suppression of the Hunter Biden story, and what to watch for in early voter data, especially in Florida, that might hold the key to how the election will turn out. And in the interview segment, we speak to Phil Magness, historian and Senior Research Fellow at the American Institute for Economic Research, about his criticisms… → Read More

Everything That Could Go Wrong Next Week, with FEC Chairman Trey Trainor

We’re nine days from the presidential election, and there are a lot of things that could go wrong. FEC Chairman Trey Trainor joins the podcast to discuss big tech censorship, election security, and the quorum-less FEC on this week’s episode of TAC Right Now. In the intro and exit, Arthur and Ryan talk Hunter Biden and the final debate. → Read More

Podcast: How Republicans Can Take on Big Tech, with Rep. Gosar

In this week’s episode, Arthur and Ryan talk about Trump’s bout of COVID and the new revelations about the trial of Cardinal George Pell in the Sunday Times of London. For the interview segment, Rep. Paul Gosar, a Republican congressman from Arizona, joins the podcast to talk about his new bill he’s cosponsoring with Tulsi Gabbard, taking on Big Tech. → Read More

Podcast: Debate Recap Roundtable, feat. Rachel Bovard and Curt Mills

A shorter than usual episode this week, as we try to get our debate debrief out to you as fast as possible. Who won on Tuesday night? Did Trump’s aggressiveness backfire? Rachel Bovard of the Conservative Partnership Institute and TAC’s own Curt Mills join Arthur and Ryan for a debate recap. → Read More

Another MEK Sock-Puppet? Conservatives Should Care About Pro-War Disinformation

The fake opinion columnists primarily targeted right-of-center outlets receptive to a hawkish line against Iran → Read More

Trump Needs More than 'Meme Magic' To Win

Times have changed dramatically since 2016, and the mood of the country is very different → Read More

Podcast: The Neocons Came for Rep. Massie. They Missed

In this week’s episode, your hosts speak to Rep. Thomas Massie, the Kentucky Congressman who was recently sandbagged by the chair of his own conference, Liz Cheney. We discuss being libertarian in the age of Trump, and his meat localism bill. In the intro, the new George Floyd video and what it means, plus a foreign policy for Zoomers. → Read More

Great Awakening, Great Awokening

We're going to need to talk about the Baptists. → Read More

Podcast: The New Populist Right, with Matthew Goodwin

Plus, last week's Google hearing and the AFFH rule → Read More

Go Big on COVID Relief, or Get Thrown Out of Power

A crisis with 30 million unemployed is no time for free-market purism, which is a sure path to defeat → Read More

Is the Left Finally Learning to Care About the Federal Bootheel?

The DHS deployment to Portland is worse than a crime, it's a mistake → Read More

Podcast: Commies for Biden, with Darryl Cooper

Angela Davis, the longtime communist and activist, has endorsed Joe Biden for president. Darryl Cooper of the MartyrMade podcast joins the hosts to fill in some of the details about her past that are virtually unknown today, and how the New Left went from rioting against the Democratic Party in 1968, to supporting its most lukewarm members. Plus, the conservative case against reopening schools,… → Read More

Podcast: Inside the Mind of the Shy Trump Voter, with Robert Cahaly

Plus, insurgent Trumpist candidates, and why the Taliban bounties story doesn't make sense → Read More

Michael Pack Is Right To Rein In State-Funded Broadcasters

Elections have consequences, and by any standard, VOA is no longer presenting the policies of the United States → Read More

They Really Are Lying To You

The media's Russiagate failures were just a trial-run for the last four months. → Read More

TAC Bookshelf: How the FBI Dropped the Ball on 9/11

Here's what our writers and editors are reading this week. → Read More